This is Kali Kushner.

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In 2015, Kushner started taking Accutane for her cystic acne and created the Instagram account @myfacestory to document her progress.

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And now, two years later, she's cleared her skin completely — and amassed more than 22,000 followers in the process.

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That's probably due to her incredible before-and-after photos that she started taking before she even began her Accutane journey.

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Plus, she shares empowering messages of self-love and improvement.

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"Your skin does not define you," she wrote. "Stop using it as an excuse. Stop wishing and wanting. Start doing. Only you have the power to make that change."

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And while her Accutane prescription is anything but unique, her willingness to be vulnerable about her acne on social media is.

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“Acne is so hush-hush and shamed in society, and having clear skin is the epitome of beauty, so if you dare have a zit or a breakout — and if you dare to take a picture of it — it’s almost like something’s wrong with you, which is so false,” she told Cosmopolitan.

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“People think you have acne because you’re dirty, or you don’t wash your face, or you’re just generally unkempt,” she told Cosmopolitan. “But it’s about hormones, blood sugar, and genetics, more than anything else, and yet people look down upon it as if it’s something you’re not trying hard enough to fix, which is what I try to dispel in my Instagram.”

Moral of the story? Your acne is not your fault, nor is it anything to be ashamed of.

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Keep doing you, Kali Kushner.

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Clearly, it's doing wonders for you.

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